Summer Institute on Teaching 2020 Session Proposal
The University of Delaware's 2020 Summer Institute on Teaching (SIT) will be held on June 3 and 4. We encourage educators at UD to submit proposals for sessions that will inform others about your exciting, interesting, and effective educational practices. Proposed sessions should actively demonstrate and practice effective educational practices. Collaborations between multiple facilitators are strongly encouraged. The primary theme of this institute is "Transitions" but we welcome proposals on any educational practices used by or of interest to UD educators.
Proposals are due by February 15. Notifications for successful (and unsuccessful) proposals will be sent by the end of February. More details about the institute, including schedules and materials from last year's event, are available at the SIT website:
Please contact Kevin R. Guidry in CTAL <
> if you have any questions or need any help.
What is the proposed name of your session? (Short and simple is usually best!)
Who will be facilitating the session? Please include names, titles, and affiliations of all facilitators as they should appear in SIT materials.
What type of session are you proposing?
Interactive workshop (participant involvement: discussion, demo, etc.)
Hands-on workshop (participants will walk away having experienced or created something)
Panel discussion (multiple participants sharing their insights and participating in Q&A from the audience)
Open discussion (informal session gathering colleagues sharing an interest)
Informational session (mostly lecture)
What are the learning objectives of your session i.e., what can participants expect to walk away with after your session?
Please provide us with any additional information we might need about your proposed session.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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